Wilber's Integral Philosophy: A Summary and Critique

@article{Paulson2008WilbersIP,
  title={Wilber's Integral Philosophy: A Summary and Critique},
  author={D. Paulson},
  journal={Journal of Humanistic Psychology},
  year={2008},
  volume={48},
  pages={364 - 388}
}
  • D. Paulson
  • Published 2008
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Humanistic Psychology
An integral philosophy, such as that promoted by Ken Wilber, can be very useful in providing an individual with a wide-scope theory to serve as an orienting worldview and container enabling them to develop their spiritual practices. Wilber's view is particularly useful in that it covers objective, intersubjective, and subjective world spaces at once. Used too rigidly, it can become an overly mechanical process of merely downloading a canned integral program into one's internal operating system… Expand

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